This unbee-lievable footage shows the moment a group of bees come together to help a friend.
The stunning moment was captured on camera in Covert Township, Michigan, USA by Peter Walkosz.
Beekeeper Mr Walkosz spotted the bee in trouble when she fell in the honey extractor so he placed it close to the hive.
The clip shows a small group rally round the poor bee and diligently start cleaning her.
The bee got into trouble when it fell in the honey extractor so beekeeper Peter Walkosz placed it close to the hive
The small swarm rally round the poor bee and diligently start cleaning it so it can make a full recovery
After a full clean the bee is fortunately alright and flies away to go off and pollinate some more flowers in Michigan
He told UniLad: 'We are bee keepers in a small town in South West Michigan.
'Our small farm is located within a blueberry field where bees have lots of flowers to pollinate.
'They produce amazing honey from blueberries in the spring time that has a rich dark colour.
The kindly bees came out their hive and spent the next thirty minutes cleaning up their messy comrade
The kindly bees came out their hive and spent the next thirty minutes cleaning, and it was all filmed by the beekeeper
'A couple of weeks ago while I was harvesting honey one poor bee fell into the honey extractor and I could not let this hard working girl die.
'I rescued her and put her by the hive entry, knowing that her sisters would help her.'
The kindly bees came out their hive and spent the next thirty minutes cleaning up their messy comrade, who then flew away.WHAT IS THE HONEYBEE CRISIS?
Honeybees, both domestic and wild, are responsible for around 80 per cent of worldwide pollination, according to Greenpeace.
But bee colony collapses across the globe are threatening their vital work.
Bees are dying from a combination of pesticides, habitat destruction, drought, nutrition deficit, global warming and air pollution among other factors.
The global bee crisis can potentially be solved if dangerous pesticides are eliminated, wild habitats are preserved and ecological agriculture is restored, according to Greenpeace (file photo)
Greenpeace has reported: 'The bottom line is that we know humans are largely responsible for the two most prominent causes: Pesticides and habitat loss.'
This is important for a number of reasons, chief among them the amount of work bees put into our food production.
Vegetables, nuts and fruits are pollinated by bees. Of the top human food crops, a whopping 70 of 100 are pollinated by the creatures, which account for as much as 90 per cent of global nutrition.
Greenpeace has suggested the following solutions to the problem:The preservation of wild habitats in order to protect pollinator healthThe restoration of ecological agricultureThe elimination of the world's most dangerous pesticides